Bone tissue adaptation to muscular loads
This is a literature peer review of muscular loading influence to the functional bone adaptation. Reception of mechanical signals produced by either muscle forces or gravity affect bone formation. Muscle forces are capable of promoting functional bone adaptation. A number of clinical scientific reports points out that during exercise bone increase, muscle forces have a leading role in creating the mechanical stimulus. Muscle forces provide a significant amount of applied force and therefore are the main stimuli that lead to the adaptive response of the bone.
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